Aretsky Law Group, P.C.: Respected Attorneys Serving Hackensack

The Hackensack attorneys with the Aretsky Law Group, P.C. understand that legal problems can cause tremendous stress and anxiety in a person’s life. That is why the lawyers with Aretsky Law Group, P.C. work very closely with their clients. They form a bond with their clients. The close relationships Aretsky Law Group, P.C. attorneys, forge with their clients eases the burden thrust upon them by divorce, child custody issue, child support issue, personal injury claim, auto accident claim, or medical malpractice claim. Aretsky lawyers pride themselves on fighting for justice for you and your loved ones.

Hackensack Family Law

The practice of family law encompasses a large number of legal problems. Family law disputes include divorce, separation, child custody, child support, alimony, modification of orders, and paternity. Family law judges also hear cases involving estates, domestic violence, surrogacy, adoption, juvenile criminal law and domestic violence. These are very serious issues that can become very complicated. You should consider hiring a knowledgeable Hackensack family law attorney to assist you if you have a case involving any of these issues.

Hackensack Child Custody Disputes

Child custody disputes can be difficult on the parents and the children involved. Sometimes children get caught in between two people whom the children love the most in the world. This time in a child’s life can be very confusing and traumatic if the parties do not have the children’s best interests at heart. The judge hearing the dispute must apply the standard mandated by New Jersey law known as the “best interest of the child” when deciding issues relating to child custody. New Jersey’s custody law, codified in Title 9, allows custody to be joint physical and legal, sole physical with parenting time awarded to the other, or another arrangement.

Hackensack Child Support Cases

A necessary component of child custody is the resolution of child support orders. In New Jersey, a judge rules on a child support order after applying New Jersey’s child support guidelines. The idea behind the guidelines is to distribute the financial burden of child-rearing to both parents equitably. Also, the guidelines operate in a manner that endeavors to alleviate any economic suffering to which the children might be exposed if only one parent shouldered the financial burden of raising a child alone. A non-custodial parent must pay child support according to the court’s order. Failure to pay the child support obligation as ordered can result in severe financial consequences and criminal penalties.

Hackensack Dissolution of Marriage

New Jersey law permits a married couple to dissolve their marriage by divorce. A judge may grant a divorce based upon at-fault grounds such as adultery, desertion, severe and chronic mental illness, lengthy incarceration, or prolonged alcohol and drug abuse. However, the most common form of a divorce proceeding is a no-fault divorce. In New Jersey, a judge must find that the parties have been living apart for six or more months and that there is no hope of reconciling their differences.

As a necessary component of a divorce proceeding, the parties must agree upon property division or argue to the judge about the equitable division of property. Additionally, alimony may be granted by the judge depending on the circumstances of the parties while they were married and what might occur financially after dissolving the marriage. For more information, visit our Hackensack Divorce page.

Hackensack Personal Injury

Personal injury cases in New Jersey can involve many factual scenarios such as auto accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, motorcycle accidents, construction accidents, slip and fall accidents, and wrongful death. Time to file a claim for personal injuries is limited to two years after the accident. Therefore, time is of the essence and you must act promptly to preserve your rights.

In New Jersey, a person who is injured or the family of someone who was killed may file a claim based upon negligence. Negligence is the failure of a person to act as a reasonably prudent person would in the same or similar circumstances when the failure to act causes an injury.

Hackensack Auto/Car Accident Claims

Thousands of accidents occur in New Jersey each year, resulting in numerous personal injuries, property damage, and death. Some auto insurers want you to settle for little money in the aftermath of the car crash. Caution should be used when faced with that decision. It is better for you to consult with an experienced and skilled Hackensack auto accident attorney rather than trying to handle the case alone. Our experienced auto accident attorneys understand how to speak to insurance adjusters and are skilled at persuading them to maximize your recovery. For more information, visit our Hackensack Car Accidents Page.

Hackensack Medical Malpractice

Medical malpractice can occur in any number of ways, such as:

  • Misdiagnosis,
  • Failure or delay when diagnosing,
  • Incompetent surgical techniques such as leaving an instrument in the body after surgery,
  • Misreading test results,
  • Failure to order required tests, and
  • Incorrect prescription.

Medical malpractice is now the third leading killer in the United States. The chances are high that someone you know or yourself may be the victim of a medical error.

With So Many Hackensack Lawyers, Why Choose Us?

The personal attention we devote to our clients has earned us the reputation of being well-respected lawyers in the Hackensack and New Jersey legal community. The devotion to our clients sets us apart. We strive to achieve justice for our clients and will fight to protect their rights.

Call us today at 800-537-4154 to schedule your free consultation at our main office in Hackensack or one of our convenient meeting locations throughout New Jersey. We are available 24/7 to assist you in any way we can, or you can visit our website at www.aretsky-law.com for further information.

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